Thread: Obscure VHS/ DVDs You Can't Believe You Actually Own

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    I'm currently moving some old stuff to the Basement of Doom,so I'm spotting some weird findings (and I haven't even touched my wife's Air Supply concert collection).

    I have no idea when I bought this


    You can get some crazy things in Chinatown...


    This boothlegged DVD of Yor is quite rare


    The freaking Man from Atlantis? Really?


    I'm only just beggining,so post some of your unbelievable junk...
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    There was a Caligula II?
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    Yor should be in a mantelpiece
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    I have an vast array of obscure DVD's. These include:

    - Raiders of Galaxy [1987] and Space Transformers [1990], both sci-fi anime-style cartoons created by Joseph Lai (I think that's his name)

    - Project Kill [1975], an action film that starred Leslie Nielsen in one of his earliest projects

    - Diamondbacks [1998], another action film, this one about undercover agents discovering information about NASA's leaked rumors, and posing as astronauts as part of a secret mission

    - Throttle Junkies [1997], a freestyle motocross movie that also included a second feature presentation, Whatup! [1996], a similar movie which showed cutting special effects and different random clips. These were executive-produced by a man named Jeffery Brian Grubert (and his "F.P." - whatever that is - as mentioned in Whatup!). Since I have no idea what an "F.P." is, I assume he served as the sole executive producer of both features.

    - The Art of 16 Bars [2005], a documentary film about the history of rap music and how it is made, narrated by Method Man and features interviews by various rap artists, past and present

    And last but not least, my personal favorite:

    - U.S. Bounty Hunters Raw: From the Shadows They Come... [2005], a reality-show style documentary about a group of federal fugitive-recovery agents following search warrants for criminals who have refused to appear in court. The one thing I like most about this is because it contains a lot of adult-oriented material, such as vulgar language and nudity. It is also because I am a big fan of documetaries regarding police and criminals.
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    Scruffy
    Call of the Wild anime movie
    Rover Dangerfield
    Jungle Book anime VHSes
    Animorphs Volume 3
    Wishbone:Salty Dog(well not so obscure but oh well)
    Once Upon a Forest
    A Cry in the Wild
    Legend of the Spirit Dog
    Ringing Bell
    For the Love of A Dog
    Dog Lover's Symphony
    Wilderness(british werewolf movie)
    Plague Dogs DVD
    Watership Down DVD
    Antartica Hong Kong DVD with English subs
    Silver Wolf
    Time of the Wolf DVD
    Night of the Wolf DVD
    The Fox and the Child DVD
    Last Unicorn DVD(more well-known now though than in the past)
    some nature documentaries VHSes
    Journey Home:Animals of Farthing Wood
    and many others.
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    Quote by demonpuppet87
    I have an vast array of obscure DVD's. These include:

    - Raiders of Galaxy [1987] and Space Transformers [1990], both sci-fi anime-style cartoons created by Joseph Lai (I think that's his name)


    I have these, and a third called Defenders of Space, I picked 'em from a Walmart rack for $1 a piece. I have yet to finish any of them because of how awful they are. I'd love to do a re-dub of some scenes.

    The same company put out a disc called Galaxy of Oz, which was an edited version of a sci-fi show based (loosely) on Wizard of Oz. Oddly, It's not bad at all.

    As far as VHS, I have a copy of White Dwarf, which was a pilot for a show that never got picked up in the 90s. I bought it on ebay years ago and it's even more rare now. I also have Little Nemo in Slumberland, which you'd think is pretty mainstream (my mother-in-law mistook it for Disney) and has been released on DVD, but for a long time it was pretty obscure.
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    Quote by yellow_submarine
    I have these, and a third called Defenders of Space, I picked 'em from a Walmart rack for $1 a piece. I have yet to finish any of them because of how awful they are. I'd love to do a re-dub of some scenes.

    The same company put out a disc called Galaxy of Oz, which was an edited version of a sci-fi show based (loosely) on Wizard of Oz. Oddly, It's not bad at all.

    As far as VHS, I have a copy of White Dwarf, which was a pilot for a show that never got picked up in the 90s. I bought it on ebay years ago and it's even more rare now. I also have Little Nemo in Slumberland, which you'd think is pretty mainstream (my mother-in-law mistook it for Disney) and has been released on DVD, but for a long time it was pretty obscure.


    I don't think I own Defenders of Space or Galaxy of Oz. I bought most of the obscure DVD's for a dollar each at Walmart. Throttle Junkies was five dollars, and The Art of 16 Bars and U.S. Bounty Hunters were given to me as gifts.
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    There was a Caligula II?


    There was an unofficial one made in Italy called Messalina, Messalina


    Man,who remembers Japanese heavy metal band Dio these days?



    Goddamn,what was I thinking...
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    I own a lot of obscure classic cartoon collections. Just tapes of cartoons no one remembers like Little Lulu, Bugs Bunny cartoons that are now banned, etc. I have a really weird cartoon of Cinderella. Can't even find it on youtube it's so obscure.

    I also have some old Disney-esque live action movies that no one ever saw. I'm thinking of one now that I can't even remember the name of.


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    Scruffy
    Call of the Wild anime movie
    Rover Dangerfield
    Jungle Book anime VHSes
    Animorphs Volume 3
    Wishbone:Salty Dog(well not so obscure but oh well)
    Once Upon a Forest
    A Cry in the Wild
    Legend of the Spirit Dog
    Ringing Bell
    For the Love of A Dog
    Dog Lover's Symphony
    Wilderness(british werewolf movie)
    Plague Dogs DVD
    Watership Down DVD
    Antartica Hong Kong DVD with English subs
    Silver Wolf
    Time of the Wolf DVD
    Night of the Wolf DVD
    The Fox and the Child DVD
    Last Unicorn DVD(more well-known now though than in the past)
    some nature documentaries VHSes
    Journey Home:Animals of Farthing Wood
    and many others.


    Sounds like a good rainy day to me.
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    Leprechaun In The Hood and Children Of The Dead why I wasted money on these I will never know.
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    Quote by CallumLukeAtkinson
    Leprechaun In The Hood and Children Of The Dead why I wasted money on these I will never know.


    Leprechaun In The Hood is awesome. All of the leprechaun movies are awesome.
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    just to name a few

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    Don't tell me you find all this obscure...
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    All of these Beavis and Butt-Head VHS tapes that contain episodes never released on DVD.

    Feel our pain
    Sticky situations
    The future of Beavis and Butt-Head
    The final judgement
    Work sucks
    Star pupils
    Innocence lost
    Too dumb for TV
    There goes the neighbourhood
    Get lucky
    Chicks 'N' stuff
    Beavis and Butt-Head Do Christmas
    Law abiding citizens
    Butt-O-Ween
    Troubled youth
    Self Improvement
    Hard Cash
    The History of Beavis part 1
    The History of Beavis part 2
    The History of Beavis part 3
    To the rescue
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    Quote by Sunriser
    I own a lot of obscure classic cartoon collections. Just tapes of cartoons no one remembers like Little Lulu, Bugs Bunny cartoons that are now banned, etc. I have a really weird cartoon of Cinderella. Can't even find it on youtube it's so obscure.

    I also have some old Disney-esque live action movies that no one ever saw. I'm thinking of one now that I can't even remember the name of.


    Quote by caninesrock
    Scruffy
    Call of the Wild anime movie
    Rover Dangerfield
    Jungle Book anime VHSes
    Animorphs Volume 3
    Wishbone:Salty Dog(well not so obscure but oh well)
    Once Upon a Forest
    A Cry in the Wild
    Legend of the Spirit Dog
    Ringing Bell
    For the Love of A Dog
    Dog Lover's Symphony
    Wilderness(british werewolf movie)
    Plague Dogs DVD
    Watership Down DVD
    Antartica Hong Kong DVD with English subs
    Silver Wolf
    Time of the Wolf DVD
    Night of the Wolf DVD
    The Fox and the Child DVD
    Last Unicorn DVD(more well-known now though than in the past)
    some nature documentaries VHSes
    Journey Home:Animals of Farthing Wood
    and many others.


    Sounds like a good rainy day to me.

    Thanks.^^ And I just noticed most of them have canines of some sort in them. Lol. XD
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    NO! NO! NO! How did you find your way into my home?! Get thee back demon of lameness!



    My wife is probably to blame for this one. BTW,wasnt there a Ninja Turtles workout video that came out in 1990?
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    One of my favorite college budget horror spoofs. I was shocked it was on DVD.
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    Quote by Shaunbadia
    All of these Beavis and Butt-Head VHS tapes that contain episodes never released on DVD.

    Feel our pain
    Sticky situations
    The future of Beavis and Butt-Head
    The final judgement
    Work sucks
    Star pupils
    Innocence lost
    Too dumb for TV
    There goes the neighbourhood
    Get lucky
    Chicks 'N' stuff
    Beavis and Butt-Head Do Christmas
    Law abiding citizens
    Butt-O-Ween
    Troubled youth
    Self Improvement
    Hard Cash
    The History of Beavis part 1
    The History of Beavis part 2
    The History of Beavis part 3
    To the rescue


    A can't believe most of those aren't on DVD. A travesty, I tell you!
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